A north Norfolk seafood hut has been named among the best foodie spots in Europe.

The Crab Hut, a cabin-turned-food stall in the Brancaster Staithe marshes, has been included in a ranking of the best on the continent in The Guardian.

The restaurant is particularly well-known for its fresh local crab, cockles and crayfish.

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The article said: "There's an honesty and a brightness in each bite and yet a certain brine that makes you feel as though you're tasting the north Norfolk landscape."

It recommends people either enjoy their food on a nearby picnic bench or seated on the nearby sand dunes for an authentic experience. 

The Crab Hut was recognised alongside a seafood stall in the Varvakios Agora market in Athens, Valencian burrata from a punk-themed bar, an Icelandic soup spot and burnt spaghetti from a restaurant in Bari, Italy.